CHANGJIANG E60 eCOOL EV
FDG Electric Vehicles Limited, a private company, better known for its commercial electric vehicles and listed on the Hong Kong Exchange launched the eCool EV in 2016. The small city car is available in 2 sizes, a two door two seater and four doors five-seater. Branding is very confusing as it goes by Changjiang E60 eCool EV and FDG Yangtze EV. The manufacturer FDG Electric Vehicles Limited markets the vehicle as Mini Urban SUV, which looks more like a hatchback. The eCool comes with 10-inch multi-touch HD screen providing an onboard interconnected experience and a mobile terminal. The vehicle achieved a 4-star C-NCAP measured at 50km/h impact. The hatchback comes in various funky colors and customers can personalize their dash and seat covers. The vehicle assembly is at the Hangzhou plant in Zhejiang Province.
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